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Checking search index status

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You can check the status of your index files to see whether they are complete, ready to be used, and enabled for search. This information is useful for troubleshooting and can help you determine whether to reindex the file.

To access the Search landing page, you must have the pxAccessSearchLP privilege, which is included in the PegaRULES:SysAdm4 role.
  1. In the header of Dev Studio, click Configure System Settings Search .

  2. In the Search indexing section, click the type of index for which you want to view the status: Default, Dedicated, or Custom. For information about the types of indexes, see Configuring full-text search.

  3. Review the status and statistics in each index's row. Indexes can have a status of:

    AVAILABLE
    The index is usable, and the last reindexing attempt was successful.
    INCOMPLETE
    The index is usable; however, the last reindexing attempt was either unsuccessful or has not yet happened.
    UNAVAILABLE
    The index is not usable; it is either corrupt or in some other unusable state.
    UNUSED
    Dedicated indexes only: The index exists in Elasticsearch cluster but no Custom Search Property uses that index.
    RECREATE INDEX
    Applies only to dedicated indexes. The index has obsolete mappings and must be re-created.
    CONFLICTS FOUND
    The index is usable, but it has data type conflicts that need to be fixed. On the corresponding Custom Search Properties instance, click Check Conflicts.

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